Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill is embracing changes on offense, according to Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site.
Morning take: This is Tannehill’s first time learning a new offense at the NFL level. He played in former offensive coordinator Mike Sherman’s offense in Miami and in college.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes about the many Dolphins' foils over the years.
Morning take: Inconsistent coaching, inconsistent play and shaky decisions. The Dolphins have been marred by these three things for years and are trying to turn it around.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins’ small-school rookies must come up big.
Morning take: The Dolphins are banking on rookies such as Billy Turner and Walt Aikens to find immediate roles. These small-school rookies must prove that it doesn’t matter where you come from.
Greg Cote of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins and Hurricanes can make Miami a football town again.
Morning take: Miami historically is a football town. LeBron James' four-year run temporarily changed that, but those times now are gone.